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Creative fidelity by Gabriel Marcel
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Creative fidelity (edition 1964)

by Gabriel Marcel

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These lectures and essays were regarded by Marcel as the best introduction to his thought. Creative Fidelity not only deals with perennial themes of faith, fidelity, belief, incarnate being, and participation, but also includes chapters on religious tolerance and orthodoxy and an important critical essay on Karl Jaspers.… (more)
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Title:Creative fidelity
Authors:Gabriel Marcel
Info:New York, Farrar, Straus [1964] xxvi, 261 p. 21 cm.
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These lectures and essays were regarded by Marcel as the best introduction to his thought. Creative Fidelity not only deals with perennial themes of faith, fidelity, belief, incarnate being, and participation, but also includes chapters on religious tolerance and orthodoxy and an important critical essay on Karl Jaspers.

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